Case Study | Residual Stock Finance for newly completed townhouses – Beckenham, WA

Residual stock finance for a newly completed townhouse project in Beckenham, WA. Project Background Refinance of residual stock, for 7 x newly completed townhouses to help a developer meet their obligations during wildly fluctuating market conditions as a result of Covid-19. The development comprised 7 boutique single-level residences. Location of Project Beckenham W.A. The Brief […]

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Case Study | Land Bank Finance – Warriewood, NSW

Development Finance Partners was engaged to provide an urgent short term funding solution for a development site. DFP secured the necessary funding within one week. Project Background The development is located on the northern beaches of Sydney at Warriewood, NSW. Construction facility – $8,500,000 to assist with acquisition of land and construct 7 Townhouses and […]

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Case Study | Melbourne, VIC | No Presales Construction Finance

No presales finance, 70% LVR, Suburban Melbourne Background Our client a builder/developer approached Development Finance Partners (DFP) to procure funding for a four level, eight apartment project to be constructed in suburban Melbourne. Challenges The client was seeking a competitive funding package with no presales, where the client’s building company was also to be the […]

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Case Study | Residual Stock Loan, Sydney, NSW

$15.45M, Residual Stock @ 80% LVR, Debt Restructure, Sydney Metro, NSW Background Our client engaged with DFP to assist in procuring funds to: Refinance a recently completed townhouse project and cross collateralised 2nd facility secured by a portfolio of residential properties The key objective to lower the current borrowing costs. Results 1. Settlement of a […]

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24hr Approval, $4.9M Loan, No Presales, Owner Builder

Boutique Over 55’s Apartment / Townhouse Development Upper North Shore Sydney, NSW Background The client acquired a development site on Sydney’s lower north shore with funds raised from a major bank a number of years ago before recently applying for approval and achieving consent for the proposed project. When the developer approached the existing bank […]

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How smart property developers are locking in their profits, reducing risk and thriving during lockdown!

The property market is on fire, and it’s time to monetise your stock. But with much of Australia’s population slowly emerging from deep lockdown for at least another month and restrictions likely to come and go for who knows how long, developers need to adjust their strategy. It’s never been more critical to get projects […]

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Obtaining Property Development Loans with No Pre-Sales

What key institutions have to say about pre-sale contracts in the future of development finance. Pre-sales remain a key factor for project development and obtaining property development finance. Learn about pre-sales and discover how they can impact your property development loans. Consider your borrowing power and lending criteria Before you commence any development project or […]

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Quantity Surveyor Instructions and Scope: A New Approach to Contractor Failure and Property Scope Expansion

By Development Finance Partners / Matthew Royal The question of the scope of works, and the level of due diligence required by a financial organisation as defined by a quantity surveyor’s instruction letter has been the source of significant discussion in previous years as a result of perceived inadequacies in information provided, particularly when a development […]

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Key Elements To Successful Property Development & Optimising Your ROI

How your financial viability, property prices & land value factor into the equation. By Development Finance Partners / Stephen Turner There have been many property developers that have failed because they have not got the basic elements of a development project right, from the ground up (literally). Discover the steps involved to guarantee a successful […]

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Property investment interest rates: What happens when interest rates hit zero?

Why are interest rates falling? Australia’s interest rates have again been a casualty in the battle against rising unemployment rates and a stalling economy – posing the question: what will happen when interest rates hit zero? At the start of October, the Reserve Bank announced that it would cut the official cash rate to below […]

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